Celtics Talk

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The Celtics took care of some business in the NBA Draft, but they are nowhere close to finished in order to field a competitive team next season. Free agency will be key, so who will they zone in on?
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The Celtics don't make a deal on Draft Night, but with their two first round picks, we're left with plenty to talk about. MORE: NBA Draft: First round grades NBA Draft: Winners and losers
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Let's take a look at the strengths and weaknesses of the Celtics' two Syracuse draft picks from a 'Cuse alum who tells it like it is.
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Jared Sullinger, speaking with Ohio media, tells them his excitement for being drafted by the Celtics, and how he's feeling leaving the Draft and starting his NBA career.
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Fab Melo may have won Defensive Player of the Year at Syracuse, but that zone defense won't fly in the NBA. He's got to do a lot of work on the defensive end to make it in the NBA.
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When it was determined that Austin Rivers was going to be drafted by the New Orleans Hornets, a smile undoubtedly came across Doc Rivers' face. Not just because his son was drafted, but because the coach, Monty Williams, is a good friend.
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Danny Ainge knows how important Kevin Garnett is to the Celtics immediate success, and although doesn't have any updates, is keeping in close touch with him in hopes that he returns.

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